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All photos in & around Tisbury

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153457Photo #153457Improve access to canal towpath for cyclistsCycleway:
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153456Photo #153456Improve access to canal towpath for cyclists & pedestrialnsCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
153455Photo #153455Reduce speed limit to 20 mph past school and ban parking at school timesTemporary closure:
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closure
153453Photo #153453Improve pavement and police speed limitTrack:
Problem
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153452Photo #153452Improve access to towpath by cyclistsCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
150344Photo #150344Very narrow and no cycle protection.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
150246Photo #150246Existing bridleway is good but needs widening for cyclingCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
148579Photo #148579No method of entering cycle path if northbound on A350. Note cycle path only adjacent to south bound carriagewayCycleway:
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148578Photo #148578Pathway overgrown and too narrow for cyclists coming from opposite directions. Road surface extremely broken up, to extent unrideable on road bikeCycleway:
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cycleways
148577Photo #148577No clear way of exiting cycle path south bound to rejoin road, leading to cyclist riding on inappropriate pavementCycleway:
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148254Photo #148254So narrow that people are walking into private driveway or road to socially distance from others walking towards them. Widen pavement slightly.Track:
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147410Photo #147410A new estate was built 3 years ago, lots of the children in the estate go to school in Shipton Bellinger. The only way to cycle in order to avoid a busy A road without any pavement is through a variety of bridle ways which almost doubles the distance and are impassable in winter. Therefore, the vast majority of children are driven when they could easily cycle if provision alongside the road or a terraced direct route to connect Shipton Bellinger to Tidworth was established. The journey would be flat and by reducing the number of cats going to the school would reduce congestion, pollution and quality of life for both the children and residents of Shipton Bellinger.Cycleway:
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145755Photo #145755This pavement has always been too narrow. Parents and children walking to St Josephs Catholic school walk into the road at the best of times. Social distancing can't be done on the stretch from the start of the bridge and over it.Track:
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145752Photo #145752Slow traffic down in this area. People are stepping out on to a very busy road to socially distance and vehicles have nearly hit them as they are driving well over the speed limit.Temporary closure:
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closure
145711Photo #145711Protected cycle lane needed between the Broughton Gifford turning and the Farmers roundabout as very unpleasant to cycle along.Cycleway:
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cycleways
145153Photo #145153A365 junction at Redstocks to Bowerhill - needs a cycleway (in fact it could go from Spout Lane, Seend past Redstocks to Bowerhill). There are stretches of old narrow pavement so there is room.Cycleway:
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145146Photo #145146The pavement from The Fairway to Hillworth Road is overhung with hedgerow and branches and in places with encroachment to the width of the pavement from soil and vegetation. There would appear to be a great deal of thought going into provision for cyclists but in towns many more people walk in many cases using pavements and footpaths that are not fit for purpose.

Property owners should be made aware of the problem that they are causing and encouraged to keep pavements clear of overhang. Councils could take a lead in ensuring the areas that they are responsible for are cleared thoroughly.

More emphasis should be placed on making pavements and footpaths safer for pedestrians.
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144941Photo #144941Widen the path and make the crossing places saferTrack:
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144940Photo #144940Widen the pathTrack:
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144939Photo #144939Widen the pavementTrack:
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144875Photo #144875Overgrown hedge means path is almost impossible to walk onTrack:
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144816Photo #144816The pavement all along through Studley to Calne is very narrow and because the A4 is so busy it makes walking in two or more dangerous. In fact walking in single file doesn't feel safe. However it doesn't take too long to walk to Calne from Studley/ Derry hill and more people would do it if the pavement was widened.Track:
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144804Photo #144804Incredibly narrow path along busy road, with no path on the other side of the road.Track:
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144792Photo #144792Commonly used footpath between two parts of town, and closest corner shop by foot for those in Green Lane area. Can widen slightly into area with thorn bushes, whilst still maintaining some green land between DS Smith and houses.Track:
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144790Photo #144790This is a commonly used canal tow path that could do with widening/improvements in line with other areas along the canal. Whilst 2m distance wouldn't be possible, slightly improving the path would help achieve 1m+Track:
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144778Photo #144778Very busy narrow pavement. Used by school children and parents as well as other pedestrians. Very dangerous when trying to pass on this stretch, I've had to step out into the road.Track:
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144776Photo #144776People are stepping into the busy road to socially distance. It's too dangerous. Slightly widen the walking area.Track:
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143867Photo #143867Impossible to socially distance on narrow existing footways. Parking should be rotated 90 degrees to allow footway widening on both sidesTrack:
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142181Photo #142181The A4 to and from Chippenham is savage if you're on a bike. It's easier and safer to go further to Bath on the A4 than use this stretch of road. Either designate and upgrade an alternative route, or proper physical segregation on this road.Cycleway:
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142170Photo #142170Required to join Corsham with Easton Lane as a route into Chippenham. This section routinely has many parked cars on the south side of the road and traffic squeezes cyclists to try and save precious secondsCycleway:
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142169Photo #142169Pelican, cycle-friendly crossing. There is no joined up route from Rudloe to Corsham, and the south end of Skynet Drive has poor visibility onto Park Lane. This would join onto the cycle way on Park Lane.Cycleway:
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141358Photo #141358This narrow path is frequently used by both pedestrians and cyclists. There's a blind bend on path which creates risk of collision. Traffic is fast so road cycling not an option for younger children. A traffic free cycle path would improve connection between Neston & Corsham. Would improve cycling & walking access to Neston playing fields for children.Cycleway:
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139275Photo #139275Box junction at Brown Street / Trinity Street, SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
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139272Photo #139272Castle Street, SalisburyOther:
Infrastructure
general
139271Photo #139271Chipper Lane motor racing circuit, SalisburyRoad environment:
Problem
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139266Photo #139266Salisbury shared useCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
139265Photo #139265SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
139259Photo #139259Laverstock Road, LaverstockRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
139258Photo #139258Riverside Road, LaverstockRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
139257Photo #139257Laverstock Road, LaverstockRoad environment:
Infrastructure
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139120Photo #139120The Avenue, Salisbury - a school but also a no cycling sign, and car storage - wrong priorities!Road environment:
Problem
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139119Photo #139119Milford Hollow, SalisburyTrack:
Infrastructure
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139117Photo #139117SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
139114Photo #139114Southampton Road, SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
139113Photo #139113Southampton Road, SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
139107Photo #139107Trinity Street, SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
139105Photo #139105Rollestone Street, SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
139104Photo #139104SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
139103Photo #139103Salisbury pathsTrack:
Infrastructure
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139101Photo #139101Road domination in central SalisburyRoad environment:
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139097Photo #139097Avon Approach, SalisburyOther:
Infrastructure
general
139096Photo #139096Salt Lane, SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
139095Photo #139095Milford Street, SalisburyCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
139093Photo #139093Trinity Street, SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
139092Photo #139092This photo shows how St Ann Street was divide to create the dual carriageway.Road environment:
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139091Photo #139091Salisbury shared useCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
139090Photo #139090SalisburyOther:
Infrastructure
general
139089Photo #139089SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
139085Photo #139085Under the railway arch by the river in Salisbury.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
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139080Photo #139080Milford HollowTrack:
Infrastructure
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139079Photo #139079Milford HollowTrack:
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139077Photo #139077Path next to the Godolphin School.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godolphin
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Infrastructure
cycleways
139073Photo #139073Riverside Road, Laverstock, Salisbury with advisory cycle lanesRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
139072Photo #139072Mayfair Road, LaverstockRoad environment:
Infrastructure
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139071Photo #139071Laverstock Road, SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
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139070Photo #139070Laverstock Road, SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
139035Photo #139035SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
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139034Photo #139034Road environment:
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139033Photo #139033SalisburyRoad environment:
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139032Photo #139032SalisburyRoad environment:
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139031Photo #139031SalisburyRoad environment:
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139030Photo #139030SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
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139029Photo #139029SalisburyRoad environment:
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139028Photo #139028SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
139027Photo #139027SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
139026Photo #139026SalisburyRoad environment:
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139025Photo #139025SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
139024Photo #139024SalisburyTrack:
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139023Photo #139023SalisburyTrack:
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139022Photo #139022SalisburyCycleway:
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139021Photo #139021SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
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139018Photo #139018SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
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139017Photo #139017SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
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139016Photo #139016SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
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139015Photo #139015SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
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139014Photo #139014SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
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139013Photo #139013SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
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139012Photo #139012SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
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139011Photo #139011SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
139009Photo #139009SalisburyObstruction:
Infrastructure
obstructions
139008Photo #139008SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
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139007Photo #139007SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
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139006Photo #139006SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
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139005Photo #139005SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
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139004Photo #139004SalisburyRoad environment:
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139003Photo #139003SalisburyRoad environment:
Infrastructure
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139002Photo #139002SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
139001Photo #139001SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
139000Photo #139000SalisburyCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
138999Photo #138999SalisburyCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways

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